Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Vladyslav Kryklii has said Ukraine will keep in place the "self-isolation" requirement for those returning from abroad, even after travel restrictions are lifted.

"Format of self-isolation will remain in force in the country for a while. If you had traveled to, say, Poland and then you return home, you will have to spend 14 days in self-isolation. Will everyone be comfortable living in such a mode? I doubt it," he told the Ukrainian news outlet on April 27.

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As UNIAN reported, Kryklii earlier shared plans to resume intercity passenger transportation across the country.